The Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2010: Tools, Tips, and Tactics

Available Through AICPA Website

The new Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2010 affects numerous areas of tax law, including the estate tax, 2001 and 2003 tax cuts, and alternative minimum tax (AMT), as well as extending many tax provisions.

Your clients will look to you to help them understand these new laws and benefit from the opportunities they provide. These materials summarize and analyze the new law, highlighting the major provisions that impact both individuals and businesses.

Noted author and speaker Bob Keebler has developed this comprehensive multimedia analysis of the new law, which features a PowerPoint presentation, audio presentation, and detailed discussion of the new law in PDF format. These materials cover the Act’s major provisions, including:

Estate tax changes

  • Carryover basis
  • Changes for 2010, 2011, and 2012
  • Extensions for 2010 returns
  • Portability
  • GST tax
  • Unified credit
  • State death taxes

Expiration of EGTRRA tax cuts

  • Tax rates
  • Marriage penalty
  • Capital gains
  • Itemized deductions and personal exemptions
  • Payroll tax

AMT patch and extension of expired provisions

  • Tax credits, deductions, and various tax incentives
  • Important extended provisions for businesses, including:
  • The 100% first-year depreciation for property placed in service in 2011
  • The two-year extension of the IRC §41 research and development credit


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